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Super Tuesday • The Results!





March 2nd, 2016 • iizthatiiz

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Super Tuesday is now behind us and the the returns are in (mostly).

C4P has the winners, losers, and the delegate count (so far) for all eleven Republican contests

Donald Trump was the winner in seven states, Ted Cruz took three, and Marco Rubio finally bagged his first victory.

595 delegates were up for grabs last night, of which 435 are currently known. Texas was the big prize, with the majority of the Lone Star states allotment going to Senator Ted Cruz.

  • Donald Trump • 203 Delegates
  • Ted Cruz • 144 Delegates
  • Marco Rubio • 71 Delegates
  • John Kasich • 14 Delegates
  • Ben Carson • 3 Delegates

160 delegates remain to be determined.

The next Republican contests commence in three short days, with Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, and Washington all holding elections.

 

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